Downtown Spring Open: Twisted Tea Off

Teams of 4 will compete for cash and prizes as they travel from hole to hole throughout the Downtown District in this indoor miniature golf tournament! Read More...

Downtown Spring Open: Twisted Tea Off

2014 Blueberry Festival Poster Contest

Brush off your paints, pencils, lenses and more because the 2014 Blueberry Festival poster contest is here! Read More...

2014 Blueberry Festival Poster Contest

2014 Farmers Market

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Fourth of July in Marquette

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Manager of Downtown Marquette Farmers Market Receives Certification

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The Downtown Marquette Farmers Market, Market Manager, Myra Zyburt, recently completed a 35 hour training and participated in a class of 21 individuals to earn her Farmers Market Manager Certificate.
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DDA Recognizes Casualties Facade Improvements

The Marquette Downtown Development Authority presented Matt Jones, co-owner of Casualties, with a plaque recognizing the recent facade improvements made to the storefront. Established in 2000, Casualties specializes in skateboard
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Downtown Marquette Blueberry Festival Vendor Registration Now Open

The Marquette Downtown Development Authority is pleased to announce that plans are underway for the annual Downtown Marquette Blueberry Festival, slated for Friday, July 25, 2014. Food vendors, artists and
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A New Event Happening in Downtown Marquette

The inaugural Downtown Spring Open: Twisted Tea Off, an indoor miniature golf tournament, will be held on Thursday, April 24, from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in Marquette’s Downtown District.
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Upcoming Events
Apr
23
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Views & Brews: Waterfall Week
Apr 23 all-day

As the proud home to more waterfalls than any other county in the state, with 77, Marquette County is preparing to celebrate the spring thaw that features a superior run off at many of the local waterfalls, encouraging both visitors and locals to stop hibernating and go exploring.

Views and Brews is a celebration of what’s on tap this season, with all of the local breweries featuring a waterfall themed brew, ranging from an ale or IPA to a Saison or Wheat, all locally brewed and aptly named. In addition, those who get out and snap a photo if front of one of the waterfalls and share it at one of the four participating watering holds will receive a free Limited Edition Waterfall Week logoed pint glass (purchase is required and available while supplies last, one per person per visit).

Waterfall Week activities are not limited to the over 21 crowd, there is a great geocaching scavenger hunt open to all ages and offering a chance to win some great prizes. Forms are available at Switchback, located at 209 S. Front Street or online at www.goswitchback.com.

Apr
24
Thu
Views & Brews: Waterfall Week
Apr 24 all-day

As the proud home to more waterfalls than any other county in the state, with 77, Marquette County is preparing to celebrate the spring thaw that features a superior run off at many of the local waterfalls, encouraging both visitors and locals to stop hibernating and go exploring.

Views and Brews is a celebration of what’s on tap this season, with all of the local breweries featuring a waterfall themed brew, ranging from an ale or IPA to a Saison or Wheat, all locally brewed and aptly named. In addition, those who get out and snap a photo if front of one of the waterfalls and share it at one of the four participating watering holds will receive a free Limited Edition Waterfall Week logoed pint glass (purchase is required and available while supplies last, one per person per visit).

Waterfall Week activities are not limited to the over 21 crowd, there is a great geocaching scavenger hunt open to all ages and offering a chance to win some great prizes. Forms are available at Switchback, located at 209 S. Front Street or online at www.goswitchback.com.

Downtown Open Twisted Tea Off @ Downtown Marquette
Apr 24 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm

The inaugural Downtown Spring Open: Twisted Tea Off, an indoor miniature golf tournament, will be held on Thursday, April 24, from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in Marquette’s Downtown District. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Janzen House in Downtown Marquette.

Teams of four will compete for cash and prizes as they travel from hole to hole throughout Marquette’s Downtown District. The cost to participate is $25 per person and participants must be at least 21 years of age. The registration fee provides participants with a drink token to be used at the Ore Dock Brewing Company, food donated by Ron’s Taco Shop, free shuttle services around the district by Checker Transport during the event and access to 9+ holes of miniature golf. An awards ceremony will follow at The Blue Lounge.

Space is limited and teams must register by Friday, April 18. Teams who register before Friday, April 11, are automatically entered to win a prize package valued at $100.

A registration form and more information is available at www.downtownmarquette.org. The event is sponsored by the Marquette Downtown Development Authority, Double Trouble DJs and Bayside Beverage.

Places to Stay

When you finally lay your head down for the night, you'll slumber in total comfort and style. From historic hotels and comfortable Inn’s Marquette knows how to make you feel at home.

Food & Drink

Indulge in authentic flavors that'll make your mouth water and send your taste buds soaring. Marquette is known for its food and locally brewed ales that you can't get anywhere else.

Entertainment

Whether you're looking for live music or a family day at the park, there's always a way to have fun in Marquette. Enjoy a bike ride along Lake Superior, discover hands-on kids' museums, or see what's playing at the local theater. With so much to see and do, you might just have to stay a little longer.

Adventure

Year-round outdoor activities are sure to satisfy everyone - from leisure lovers to sports enthusiasts, and everyone in between. Explore our historic streets and shorelines. There is always a way to enjoy the four seasons in Marquette.

Shopping

Browse boutiques for clothes, shoes, handbags and more. Peruse chic home furnishing stores and antique shops. Or pick up some unforgettable souvenirs at one of the many gift shops in Downtown Marquette for friends and family

History & Culture

From museums and historic tours to art galleries and theater performances, you can fill your days with plenty of one-of-a-kind experiences for all ages. Walk through our streets and see what inspires you, or head straight for the places on your personal must-see list.

Downtown Marquette is Lake Superior's gateway to the rustic splendor of Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula. Historic brownstone buildings, trees, benches and street lamps line Washington and Front Streets providing a picturesque setting anytime of year.

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